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Introducing Carole’s Garden

Carole and I have been corresponding for some time now and I love to hear about and see the pictures of how her lovely garden is progressing.  I asked if she would like to write about it for a blog … Continue reading

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Plan B

As every gardener knows things don’t always work out as we plan.  Among the things I planned for this summer were: a selection of root vegetables from saved seeds scattered in one patch a selection of grains (quinoa, amaranth and buckwheat) … Continue reading

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the garden going it alone …..

It has been a while since I posted regular updates on this blog –  I have been poorly for some months, but am on the mend now.  It has also meant that I have not been able to spend much … Continue reading

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Summer in the garden

After my post a few weeks ago about a lack of bees, there are more about in both gardens than there were.  The Borderland garden is now absolutely buzzing with both bees and other insects.  The Telford garden has less, but … Continue reading

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Seen on holiday …..

Just a mention of a few things I noticed whilst having a short camping break this weekend. Firstly, I know it must take a lot of effort to keep camping grounds in order and many sites work hard to landscape with trees, … Continue reading

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Evaluating 2013 and Looking Forward to 2014 in the Borderland Garden

2013 gave me an wonderful opportunity to start a new garden in the Welsh / English borders.  There are already a series of posts about this venture, and there are links below to some of these.  At the start of … Continue reading

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Ad hoc polycultures

If you have read this blog before you will know that this year I have started a new garden this year, up in the hills on the border between Wales and England.  The general plan is along the lines of … Continue reading

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